The Canadian Cookbook

by Nelle Lyle Pattinson

McGraw-Hill Ryerson/Trade | Hardcover

The Canadian Cookbook is rated 5 out of 5 by 4.
Over 1400 recipes revised and tested with complete Imperial and Metric Measures, featuring
-nutrition
-cooking methods
-cooking methods
-appetizers
-beverages
-sandwiches
-sauces
-soup
-salads and dressings
-cereals, pasta and legumes
-eggs and cheese
-fish and shellfish
-meat
-vegetables
-bread
-fruit
-desserts
-cake
-pastry and cookies
-candy
-food preservation
Illustrated with more than 200 black-and-white photographs and original drawings
Nutrition information and charts give easy-to-read details on essential foods for good health.
Help is given throughout on how to purchase foods, how to store them, and how to prepare them so that every dollar spent on food delivers its full value.
The comprehensive index makes any recipe easy to find.

Format: Hardcover

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Ryerson/Trade

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0075511215

ISBN - 13: 9780075511212

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Ever All-resource Cookbook This cookbook was a wedding gift in 1962, from a recent U.ofT. Household Science Grad. As a collector of cookbooks for many years, I still find it my best resource for numerous topics, often getting calls, from both new and experienced cooks, looking for info. I recently tried to purchase a copy at an estate auction, but was outbid. Our youngest (of 3) daughters, all of whom learned to cook from this book, has requested it, as she is soon to be married. I am delighted that it is still available for me to purchase for her, as I cannot yet part with mine.
Date published: 2001-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The ONLY Cookbook I received this cookbook as a gift when I was first married in 1955. I had no idea how to prepare a basic meal of meat and vegetables but I learned very quickly thanks to the basic, simple instructions in the Canadian Cookbook. This book is a must for the novice cook as it covers everything from how to set a table, to cooking for a crowd. I have yet to find another cookbook that measures up to this one. Several years ago I gave a copy of this book to a new bride and she still thanks me for it. She says she doesn't know how she would have managed meal preparation without it. I am so pleased that the Canadian Cookbook is still available as my copy is falling apart and needs to be replaced. As far as I am concerned, this is the ONLY cookbook for the basic cook and no home should be without the Canadian Cookbook.
Date published: 2001-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Irreplaceable! The Canadian Cookbook has been in my parents kitchen for as long as I can remember, which is over 45 years. My mother used it for many of these years. With the onset of Alzheimer's, it has been my father who has taken on the responsibility of meal preparation (and everything else). In an effort to assist, and with his permission, my sister and I spent our last summer's vacation simplifying their lives (i.e. cleaning and sorting through 50 years' accumulation of "stuff"). Little did we know that The Canadian Cookbook had become his right hand in the kitchen. We picked out a few that we thought he could use and donated The Canadian Cookbook, along with others, to a well deserving charity. When he realised it was gone, my father became quite upset. I was happy to find it is still in print, and am buying him another copy so he can find his favourite recipes again. The Canadian Cookbook is obviously timeless.
Date published: 2001-01-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An Amazing Cookbook My mother graduated as a dietician from McGill University in 1936. This cookbook had been one of her text-books. When I married in 1962, my parents gave us a new copy as a wedding present. We still use this book. It is the one cookbook that every home should have. We are now using it to teach our 9 year old grand- daughter how to cook. It is simply written, contains all kinds of useful hints and information, has conversion and substitution charts. It is amazing that his book is still in print after all these years. My experience is that really great books are hard to replace: not so in this case. Better get one!
Date published: 1999-11-07

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The Canadian Cookbook

by Nelle Lyle Pattinson

Format: Hardcover

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Ryerson/Trade

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0075511215

ISBN - 13: 9780075511212

Table of Contents

Nutrition

Cooking Methods

Appetizers

Beverages

Sandwiches

Sauces

Soup

Salads and Dressings

Cereals, Pasta, and Legumes

Eggs and Cheese

Fish and Shellfish

Meat

Vegetables

Bread

Fruit

Desserts

Cake

Pastry and Cookies

Candy

Food Preservations

Index

From the Publisher

Over 1400 recipes revised and tested with complete Imperial and Metric Measures, featuring
-nutrition
-cooking methods
-cooking methods
-appetizers
-beverages
-sandwiches
-sauces
-soup
-salads and dressings
-cereals, pasta and legumes
-eggs and cheese
-fish and shellfish
-meat
-vegetables
-bread
-fruit
-desserts
-cake
-pastry and cookies
-candy
-food preservation
Illustrated with more than 200 black-and-white photographs and original drawings
Nutrition information and charts give easy-to-read details on essential foods for good health.
Help is given throughout on how to purchase foods, how to store them, and how to prepare them so that every dollar spent on food delivers its full value.
The comprehensive index makes any recipe easy to find.

About the Author

Nellie Lyle Pattinson''s cook book is edited by Helen Wattie and Elinor Donaldson Whyte, both Home Economists and graduates of the University of Toronto. Their work on the Canadian Cook Book began in 1953. Helen Wattie is also the author of Home Management and Nutrition and is a member of both the Canadian and International Home Economics Associations. Elinor Donalson Whyte is a nutritionist working in the field of community health. She is a member of the Canadian Dietetic Association, the Canadian Home Economics Association, and the Corporation of Dieticians of Quebec.

From Our Editors

Since 1923, Canadian Cookbook has been the basic kitchen reference of homemakers and student cooks. In this present edition, more than 1,400 recipes reflect the new trends in cooking alongside old, time-tested favourites. Nutrition information and charts give easy-to-read details on essential foods for good health. It provides advice on how to purchase, store and prepare foods so that every dollar spent on food delivers its full value. Comprehensive and easy to use, this cookbook is an invaluable addition to every kitchen.